INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Ticket applications for
the 2008 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Fours will be
available online through May 31.
The 2008 Men’s Final Four will be held at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The all-session ticket prices are $170 for upper level and $140 for distant view, and will admit the bearer to the national semifinals Saturday, April 5 and the national championship game Monday, April 7. The 2008 Women’s Final Four will be held at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Florida. The all-session ticket price of $162 will admit the bearer to the national semifinals Sunday, April 6 and the national championship game Tuesday, April 8.
Ticket applications are available online only and can be accessed at www.ncaasports.com/, the NCAA’s official championship Web site. The ticket application process will end at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on May 31, 2007.
Individuals may complete only one ticket application, but the online application program will permit applicants to enter their application up to 10 times. Only one entry may be selected per applicant and/or per household. There is a $5 non-transferable handling fee for each entry.
The NCAA will conduct a random, computerized drawing in July to determine the Men’s and Women’s Final Four ticket recipients, and those individuals selected to receive tickets will be notified by the end of August.
Individuals not selected to receive the Men’s and Women’s Final Four tickets will receive a full refund, less the $5 non-refundable handling fee per entry, by the end of August.
Individuals selected to receive Men’s and Women’s Final Four tickets will receive a partial refund, less the $5 non-refundable handling fee per entry, by the end of August if there is any remaining balance from multiple entries or if the application was successful for a lower price level than initially paid.
If you have any questions regarding the 2008 Men’s and Women’s Final Four general public ticket application process, please call 877-368-7002.
Men’s and Women’s Final Four tickets may not be offered as a prize in a promotion, sweepstakes or contest, or auctioned for fundraising purposes unless authorized in advance by the NCAA.
The NCAA reminds fans that purchasing tickets from secondary unauthorized vendors may result in fraudulent purchases. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets from NCAA member institutions and companies authorized by the NCAA to sell or resell championship tickets.
The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for more than 380,000 student-athletes at more than 1,000 member colleges and universities. Each year, more than 54,000 student-athletes compete in NCAA championships in Divisions I, II and III.